Château Saint Seurin de Léviac, owned by Renaud and Claire Jean, is the Jean family's second vineyard. Located in the Entre-Deux-Mers wine region, 80 km from Bordeaux, Château Saint Seurin de Léviac is a site known since the middle of the 15th century, in Roquebrune.
Saint Seurin is the name of the old chapel that formerly sat on the vineyard site. The name pays tribute to the fourth bishop of Bordeaux, who is still the patron saint of Bordeaux.
APPELLATION: AOP Bordeaux Supérieur
PROPRIETOR: Renaud and Claire Jean
WINEMAKER: Renaud Jean
SIZE: 75 hectares (185 acres)
ELEVATION: 108 meters
AGE OF VINES: 25 years
FARMING: Hand-harvested, the land is worked in the most traditional and environment-respectful approach.
SOIL: Clay loam
FERMENTATION: Traditional, thermoregulated within stainless steel tanks.
AGING: Aged in French oak barrels for 6 months to 2 years.